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suneja Group Title

find open interval of convergence of series summation n=o to infinity (-1) x^n/ (n+1)2^n

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  1. satellite73 Group Title
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    ration test would be good for this one i think

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    *"ratio"

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    wat do mean by "open interval of convergence"

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    n dont u think alternating series test wud be better

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    you only need to use the AST when evaluating the endpoints of your interval of convergence

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    cud u explain wat u mean

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    start with the ratio test...show what you get

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